BA ( Interior Design ) RMIT, 2002
Danielle is a freelance interior designer and set designer based in Melbourne, Australia.
She designs for commercial and residential interiors, performance and exhibtion.
With a distinctive flair for colour, materials and form, her design folio presents a unique expression well beyond the conventional integrating cross-disciplinary practices that explore the merging of contemporary design, art and performance.
Danielle has an ability to integrate bold, aesthetic choices with innovative spatial propositions. Her work has received accolades across the design world both in Australia and internationally.
Danielle has designed interiors and projects for: The Melbourne International Arts Festival, Supersense Festival, The Salty Dog Hotel, The Stylesmiths, The Wonderment Studio, The Gem, Amelia Shaw Bar, Georgeous Occasions, Dark Mofo, Kaleido Collection, David Bromley Studio, L'oreal Fashion Festival, Bakehouse Studios, Vitality Beauty Bar, The Hub 3070, Flock Agency, Andrew Long and Associates, Sunday Morning Designs, AGIDEAS, Bart Borghesi, Frankie's Story, Arena Theatre Company and The Malthouse.
From 2013 - 2016, she co-founded and was one half of interdisciplinary design collaboration 'Brustman + Boyde' with Michelle Boyde. See: brustmanboyde.com
Her work has been extensively published and reviewed in Yetzer, Artichoke Magazine, Architecture AU, Real Living Magazine, WeHeart, Broadsheet, Time out, Melbourne City Weekly, The Age, Casa Vogue, The Interiors Addict, Epicure, Urbis, Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Arts, Design Is Difference, Black Inc's 'The Bakehouse Project' and Arts Hub Features Profile.
In 2016 The Salty Dog Hotel, (Brustman + Boyde in collaboration with Pippa Dickson) was shortlisted for Best Restaurant Design at the Eat Drink Design Awards.
Her most recent residential interior design project, 'The Matlock House' is a finialist in the Dulux Colour Award 2018, Single Residetial Caregory.
Contact: m. +61 407 672 872
Instagram : @daniellebrustman